Exeter Beekeepers - a Branch of Devon Beekeepers Association.
One of our Members, Steven McCulloch, is giving a presentation on Honey Bees at Clyst St George Church on Monday 20th June at 6pm. If you are interested in, or simply curious about, the vital role played by honey bees and pollinators why not go along and listen to Steve's fascinating presentation.___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
NEW APIARY. The Agreement for a new Apiary site for the EBKA bees has now been signed and a stirling effort by a group of stalwarts set to and dismantled the huts from Clyst Honiton, transported them to Greendale, and then reconstructed them at our new Apiary on the weekend of the 4th to the 6th June. Early foundations picture above, more pictures on the 'Apiary' page. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
NEW APIARY. One of our Members, David Stevenson, has kindly donated 6 new books to the EBKA Library - see books highlighted in yellow on the link on the 'Membership' page.___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
SPRAYING? Do you need to spray your fields and want to warn local beekeepers? Please contact our Spray Liaison Coordinator via the 'Contacts' page.__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
New forms for the Membership to the Exeter BeeKeepers' Association for 2016 are now available. Remember membership includes attendance at EBKA (and all other Devon meetings), Apiary meetings, and Insurance for your precious colonies. Good value indeed! 2016 Membership forms on the right. _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Discovered a swarm of bees and would appreciate some advice - then 'phone our Swarm Coordinator on 07910 235 891 for the name of a local contact. PLEASE read our 'Swarms' page first (see link on the left), and PLEASE remember our Members are all volunteers and have to make their own decision on whether they can help. ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ . ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________